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Construction on The Avery progresses, opening date announced (access required)

Following up on last year’s announcement, The Avery Hotel & Brasserie’s redevelopment efforts are underway, with an opening set for summer 2023. The A.S. Tiner Building, also known as the Averyl Building, will be renovated and restored to include The ...

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Twin Falls welcomes Main Avenue Lofts, a high-density development  (access required)

Idaho’s raw beauty, friendly communities and potential for business growth are attracting people from all over the country. With continued growth on the horizon for cities around the state, high-density developments are becoming more common.   Why high-density developments? High-density ...

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Mountain Home area prepares for higher density projects (access required)

Elmore Development

Mountain Home and Elmore County are together looking at developments that could as much as double the population in the area.  The area is seeing more housing demand due to its lower prices, as well as a planned increase in ...

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Filling in the gaps on infill development   (access required)

Nobody likes residential sprawl. It uses up vacant land on city outskirts that might otherwise be agricultural or green space, it requires new or extended infrastructure such as utilities and roads and in general it just makes everything less efficient ...

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Hacking for Homebuilding winners hone concepts, build on ventures  (access required)

Eric Morrison, founder of Alley Homes in Boise, garnered the first-place, $10,000 award in the public track of the Hacking for Homebuilding competition last October through Boise State University for his proposal regarding accessory dwelling units. His student counterpart, Samuel ...

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Hitting pause — successful contracting in an uncertain market (access required)

The construction industry has faced various struggles since the onset of the pandemic. Recent reports confirm that medium-term commercial construction, specifically, has a cloudy forecast at best. There are juxtaposing perspectives in the industry. The July AIA Consensus Construction Forecast ...

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